Chrome and IE should auto-install the latest Flash version on browser restart (users may need to manually check for updates in and/or restart the browser to get the latest Flash version).
A green arrow in the upper right corner of my Chrome installation today gave me the prompt I needed to update my version to the latest.
For some ideas about how to hobble or do without Flash (as well as slightly less radical solutions) check out A Month Without Adobe Flash Player.
If you choose to keep Flash, please update it today.
I have searched this site and found nothing recent for IE11 and Flash Player. I've played around with the compatability settiings to no avail.
I'm not sure where to look, but SWMBO (She Who Must Be Obayed) really wants to use IE11 to access this site. IE11 v11.0.9600.18015, update version 11.0.23 (KB3087038) What browser am I using?
Removal tool: https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player...Download the latest flash player from here: Adobe Flash Player Distribution | Adobe Then install it.
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When visiting LIVE with Kelly and Michael | LIVE with Kelly and Michael, a message is displayed that you need to update your Adobe Flash Player with a link to the adobe site.
The smartest option is probably to ditch the program once and for all and significantly increase the security of your system in the process.
An extremely powerful and buggy program that binds itself to the browser, Flash is a favorite target of attackers and malware.
Chrome users may need to restart the browser to install or automatically download the latest version.
When in doubt, click the vertical three dot icon to the right of the URL bar, select “Help,” then “About Chrome”: If there is an update available, Chrome should install it then.